By Nicola Terry, Blogger: ‘Energy Thoughts and Surprises’ You may have heard stories in the media about trials of hydrogen gas as a low carbon heating
By Nicole Barton, Cambridge Carbon Footprint When it comes to climate change, the scale and challenge can make each of us feel small and powerless.
Food is one of the four key areas of action to address when we discuss reducing our carbon footprints. It is central to all our
In our latest blog we explore the hidden opportunities in old household items, following Dimitra’s experiences of giving new leases of life to disused objects.
Meet Dan, a local physicist from Histon, who loves spending time outdoors whatever the weather. When he’s not analysing numbers and data, you can find
At Cambridge Carbon Footprint we believe that we can all be part of the solution in creating a healthier environment for people, the planet and